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There are several classes of notes, including design notes and document notes. Design notes are created and modified with the Domino Designer client, and represent programmable elements, such as the GUI layout of forms for displaying and editing data, or formulas and scripts for manipulating data. Document notes represent user data, and are created and modified with the Notes client, via a web browser, via mail routing and delivery, or via programmed code.
Items in document notes represent user-entered or computed data. An item named "Form" in a document note can be used to bind a document to a form design note, which directs the Notes client to merge the content of the document note items with the GUI information and code represented in the given form design note for display and editing purposes. However, other methods can be used to override this binding of a document to a form note. The resulting loose binding of documents to design information is one of the cornerstones of the power of Notes. Traditional database developers used to working with rigidly enforced schemas, on the other hand, may consider the power of this feature to be a double-edged sword.
The HCL Domino server or the Domino client store their configuration in their own databases / application files (*.nsf). No relevant configuration settings are saved in the Windows Registry if the operating system is Windows. Some other configuration options (primary the start configuration) is stored in the notes.ini (there are currently over 2000 known options available).
Lotus Notes 8.0 (released in 2007) became the first version to employ a dedicated user-experience team, resulting in changes in the IBM Notes client experience in the primary and new notes user interface. This new interface runs in the open source Eclipse Framework, which is a project started by IBM, opening up more application development opportunities through the use of Eclipse plug-ins. The new interface provides many new user interface features and the ability to include user-selected applications/applets in small panes in the interface. Lotus Notes 8.0 also included a new email interface / design to match the new Lotus Notes 8.0 eclipse based interface. Eclipse is a Java framework and allows IBM to port Notes to other platforms rapidly. An issue with Eclipse and therefore Notes 8.0 is the applications start-up and user-interaction speed. Lotus Notes 8.5 sped up the application and the increase in general specification of PCs means this is less of an issue.
As @maksimov noted in the comments, a 64 bit JVM cannot load the 32 bit Notes DLLs. There is, howver, a 64 bit version of the DLLs, but you will have to install and configure the Lotus Domino Server (64 bit Windows version) on your machine - and on any machine(s) where the web application will run. You will only have to run the Domino server once per machine in order to get it fully configured. It will not have to be running all the time in order for your code to access the DLLs, but you will have to leave it installed. You will have to, however, check with whomever manages your IBM relationship, and possibly with IBM, in order to determine whether there are any licensing and cost implications before installing the Domino server code this way. (One further note: in order to get the 64 bit Domino Server code cleanly installed on the machine and insure that that particular version of nlsxbe.dll is the one that your code loads, you will be best off if you uninstall and completely clean the existing 32 bit Notes client installation. And by cleaning, I'd get rid of the lotus.ini file, and any notes.ini files and Notes-related registry entries that might be left over after the uninstallation.)
However, when we ran dctest during Domino 6 testing, we did get a dynamic linker error for libnotes.so which appeared to be in /opt/lotus/notes/60000/linux. To work around this, we set the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable to /opt/lotus/notes/60000/linux and exported LD_LIBRARY_PATH. For example: 2b1af7f3a8